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alarm any audible or visible warning, esp. by mechanical, electric, or other means. [1/5 definitions]
aloud in an audible voice; not in silence or a whisper. [1/2 definitions]
aspirate in phonetics, to pronounce (a speech sound) with an audible release or rush of air, as the "h" in "helium" or the "p" in "pickle". [2/5 definitions]
audio frequency the range of frequencies of normally audible sound, or the corresponding electronic frequencies; usu. from about fifteen or twenty to 20,000 cycles per second. [1/2 definitions]
high fidelity a method of sound recording and reproduction that captures and reproduces the entire range of audible frequencies with very little distortion.
inaudible not capable of being heard; not audible.
infrasonic of, concerning, or denoting sound waves below the audible frequencies.
interpret to make visible or audible the meaning of (a drama, musical composition, or the like) through performance. [1/6 definitions]
laryngitis an inflammation of the larynx, usu. marked by difficulty in making the voice audible.
loud noisy, vociferous, or intrusively audible. [1/6 definitions]
receive to convert incoming electromagnetic waves into signals that are visible or audible. [1/10 definitions]
receiver a device such as a radio, television, or telephone that receives electromagnetic signals and converts them into a form recognizable by the senses, such as audible language or other signals. [1/4 definitions]
resound to make a loud or clearly audible sound. [1/5 definitions]
sigh to exhale with a long, audible puff of breath, as from sorrow or weariness. [1/5 definitions]
sniff to take in short, audible breaths of air through the nose. [1/7 definitions]
sonic of or related to audible sound or sound waves. [1/2 definitions]
soundproof not able to be penetrated by most ordinary audible sounds. [1/2 definitions]
sound wave a longitudinal pressure wave in an elastic medium such as air, esp. one that is in an audible range.
subaudible combined form of audible.
subsonic below an audible level; infrasonic. [1/2 definitions]
white noise a sound that is a mixture of all the audible frequencies, each at about the same intensity.